You will need to obtain a park use permit if your event involves: Organized activity in which 20 or more persons are expected to participate or attend Having exclusive use of an area The event is publicized prior to the date of the activity For the sale of goods Activity involving the use of amplified … Continued
FAQ Topic: Parks, Recreation, and Senior Services
Check out our dog park map and dog run flyer to find out more about hours, locations, and rules related to City-run dog parks/dog run areas.
We offer a variety of classes for all ages. View what’s available and sign up for all classes through our online portal.
We offer a variety of fun and inclusive summer camp programs. View what’s available and register your child through our online portal.
We offer multiple adult sports programs throughout the year. For more information, call 707-778-4519 or check out our adult sports website.
The City of Petaluma’s Senior Center is a great place for seniors and active adults to socialize, learn, and play. The Senior Center is located at 211 Novak Street in Petaluma, which sits within Luchessi Park. To learn more, visit our Active Adults page or contact Senior Center staff at 707-778-4399 or [email protected]
There are several resources in Petaluma that offer free or low-cost transportation: 1. Petaluma Transit has bus stops on North McDowell Avenue and Maria Drive, which may be within walking distance for some seniors. Visit the Transit website or call 707-778-4460 for more info. 2. Petaluma Transit also offers Paratransit services for qualified riders. You … Continued
The City of Petaluma maintains two pools: The Petaluma Swim Center at 900 East Washington Street and the Cavanagh Pool at 426 Eighth Street. For information about hours of operation and programs offered, visit the Petaluma Swim Center website.
For a description of our Tiny Tots preschool program and registration information, visit our Preschool Programs web page. Click HERE for the current Tiny Tots Parent Handbook. Questions? Please send an email to Hayley Liversedge, [email protected].
Follow the directions and guidelines in the City’s Park Reservation Book.